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DS-60P Digital Temperature Gauge from Azel Technologies Inc.

The microprocessor-based, AZEL Technologies Digital Temperature gauge DS-60P represents the “next generation” in temperature gauge industries. The bold, hicontrast LCD display ensures accurate temperature reading to the tenth degree and can be easily read from greater distances than the conventional mechanical temperature gauge.

DS-60P replaces two mechanical temperature gauges as it can simultaneously display the accurate temperature of two locations such as the supply and return piping on a hydronic heating system. In addition, the solid state temperature sensor probe can be extended up to several hundred feet. The unit is designed to be powered by 24VAC input or by lithium battery. When 24VAC is supplied, the lithium battery enables the unit to work in case of power failure.

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